Issue getting value of project variables that are cards

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    Jay Mitchell

    Michael,


    Thanks for finding and reporting this problem. We've identified what is causing the problem and have a fix ready. We will be rolling out a new version of the toolkit today, and will let you know when it's available.


    Jay

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    Jay Mitchell

    We've uploaded a new version of the Mingle Macro development toolkit here.

    The instructions to apply this patch vary slightly across different platforms, and are as follows.

    Windows
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    * Stop the Mingle 2.2 service, either from service manager, or by executing "NET STOP MingleServer_2_2" from the command line.
    * Identify the directory where Mingle 2.2 is installed. Typically this is under C:\Program files\Mingle. Call this MINGLE_HOME.
    * Navigate to <MINGLE_HOME>\vendor\gems and delete the directory named mingle-macro-development-toolkit-1.0
    * Unzip the new mingle macro development toolkit, and place it in that same directory, <MINGLE_HOME>\vendor\gems
    * Restart the Mingle service from either service manager, or by executing "NET START MingleServer_2_2" from the command line.

    UNIX (including Solaris)
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    * Identify the directory where Mingle 2.2 is installed. Call this MINGLE_HOME.
    * Stop the Mingle 2.2 service by executing <MINGLE_HOME>/MingleServer stop
    * Navigate to <MINGLE_HOME>/vendor/gems and delete the directory named mingle-macro-development-toolkit-1.0
    * Unzip the new mingle macro development toolkit, and place it in that same directory, <MINGLE_HOME>/vendor/gems
    * Restart the Mingle service, by executing <MINGLE_HOME>/MingleServer start

    OSX
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    * Stop Mingle 2.2 by clicking the Stop button on the Mingle launcher. Wait for the server to shut down.
    * Locate the Mingle 2.2 application bundle
    * Right click the application bundle and select the option to "Show Package Contents"
    * In the finder window that launches, navigate to Contents/Resources/app/vendor/gems and delete the directory named mingle-macro-development-toolkit-1.0
    * Unzip the new mingle macro development toolkit, and place it in that same directory, Contents/Resources/app/vendor/gems
    * Restart Mingle by clicking the Start button on the Mingle launcher.

    Additional notes:
    * You may also want to install the new version of the gem to assist with development and testing of your macros.
    * RubyForge is currently syncing these files with its mirror sites, you might have to click on the link a few times before you find a mirror that has the file.

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    Michael Patricios

    Thanks Jay!

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